Project Details

BEAR completed improvements at the Roselle History Museum, which is a campus comprised of three historic buildings focusing on the local history of Roselle, Illinois. This extensive update included handicap accessible entrances to all three buildings and included new porches, railings and cement walkways. BEAR’s team worked closely with the Village and museum staff to maintain the integrity of the historical features of these buildings as all of the carpentry work on the project was self-performed by BEAR’s expert tradespeople. To ensure the highest quality, and to avoid issues with the winter weather, a majority of the carpentry work was performed in the warehouse of BEAR’s Rolling Meadows corporate office.